All posts by Shannon Donovan

About Shannon Donovan

Artist and arts organiser

Week 2 of Fire + Earth

Fire + Earth continues for one more week at Aardvark Books. Sales have been healthy, but there’s still much wonderful work on display to admire. We hope the following photos will entice you.

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Verity Howard
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Ken Eastman
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Andrew Eastwo
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Gill Tennant-Eyles (left) and Hajeong Lee (right)
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Garry Jones
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Phil Rogers
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Jonathan Phillips
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Bev Milward
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Gill Tennant-Eyles
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Bev Milward
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Tony Hall
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Nancy Frost
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Verity Howard
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Bas Titford (back), Maggie Kingston (front)
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Stephen Cox RA
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Rob Fountain (front), Corinna Kenyon-Wade (back)
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Andrew Crouch (plinth), Shannon Donovan (wall)
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Andrew Eastwood
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Shannon Donovan (with bird by Garry Jones)
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Fire + Earth: Stephen Cox RA

For the final installment of an image a day from Fire + Earth, we offer you some majestic majolica by Royal Academician Stephen Cox. Stephen’s explorations in the medium came about owing to his interest in the three treatises of Cipriano Piccolpasso on renaissance lead glaze pottery. These works have never been exhibited before, and we’re exceptionally honoured to present them.

Fire + Earth will be on view at Aardvark Books, Brampton Bryan SY7 0DH, from 8-23 April.

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Detail from ‘Leda and the Swan’, by Stephen Cox RA

Fire + Earth: Shannon Donovan

Aw shucks, it’s time to talk about me. I’m pleased to be exhibiting in as well as helping to organise and curate Fire + Earth. I’ll be presenting a selection of my wall-hanging sculptures that evoke the forest floor and the floating world of water lilies.

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Winter Rose, by Shannon Donovan

Fire + Earth: Verity Howard

Fire + Earth will feature work by Verity Howard, who brings a fresh fusion of ideas and technique to the field of ceramics. Combining traditional hand-building with surface printing and drawing, Verity’s pared-down work expresses the essentials of her subject matter, as in the image below.

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‘A Ley Landscape’ by Verity Howard – inspired by Alfred Watkins